After a nearly two-year vacancy, Lebanon officials have chosen someone to fill the city manager role.
Shaun Mulholland, a 49-year-old from Allenstown, N.H., will start in the city on Jan. 22. He currently serves as the administrator in Allenstown, a town of about 4,500 people.
Mulholland started his career as a police officer and worked his way up the ranks; he eventually took over as the town’s police chief. He began working as the town administrator there in 2013.
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NEW: The @LebNH City Council has selected a veteran town administrator from central #NH to become the next city manager, ending a year-long search to fill the top job at City Hall. #uppervalley https://t.co/n5tmcbuW5j
— Valley News (@VNewsUV) January 4, 2018